Mike Tindall Shares His Summer Family Plans As He Hosts A Golf Fundraiser


Mike Tindall has shared that he and his three young children enjoy watching his wife, equestrian Zara, compete.

The former England rugby union captain hosted his annual golf charity day last Friday.

In a matching pink outfit and posing for a photo together before the tournament, Olympic equestrian Zara stood by her husband’s side as he participated in his fundraiser.

She supported him from the sidelines while he competed alongside well-known figures such as Strictly Come Dancing’s Anton Du Beke, Olympic athlete Denise Lewis, presenter Denise Van Outen, jockey AP McCoy, cricketer Darren Gough, actor James Nesbitt, and television personality Kirsty Gallacher.

Speaking at the 11th annual event held at the Belfry Hotel’s iconic courses, Mike explained the secret to its success: the annual event has raised an estimated £1.7 million for charity since its inception in 2013.

“I think it’s because it’s such a great mix of golf (which I love) a brilliant group of people, who all come to have such a great time and together we raise money for two such important causes,” he said. 

“And now, in the 11th year, we have managed to fund some really life-changing projects which makes it all so worthwhile. It is an absolute highlight of the year for me.”

Summer Plans Revealed

“We really enjoy going to watch Zara compete – and Badminton was a lovely weekend,” he said. “I think they all really got a sense of what she does this year and it is always great to be able to support her as a family.”

And they will be supporting her throughout the next few months, planning their summer around her competitions.

“[We will be] hopefully getting some time away but Zara’s season is in full swing so will just be a juggle around that and spending time watching her as well.” He continued: “It’s very hard to sum up a typical day – with horses, dogs, kids and work I think I’d say no day is the same but that keeps things really fun and interesting!”

Cause Close to His Heart

All money raised on the charity golf day went to two charities which are close to Mike’s heart: The Cure Parkinson’s Trust and the Matt Hampson Foundation.

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